Provides support to work with
.NET Core 3.0 applications.
Support to open and edit RDLC reports in Web Report Designer.
Provides support to add filters to the data set after it has been retrieved from the data source.
Provides support to add additional fields and expressions to the data set.
Support provided to handle common properties of report items on multiple items selection.
Allows you to preview multi-column newsletter-style reports whereby data flows down multiple adjacent columns.
Performance improvement in report exporting and printing in Report Viewer.
Support to preview the RDL report with indicator report item in ASP.NET Core application.
Support to customize parameter block elements and increase the height and width based on the content.
Deploy multiple Report Server applications as tenants leveraging a single app with database per tenant pattern.
Get real-time instant notifications inside the application.
Single sign-on(SSO) support with Office 365 logins.
New APIs for developers who want to connect to server programmatically.
Receive email notifications when data changes in your reports.
Monitor all the activities in the Report Server.
Brand the email templates as per your needs. Dynamically change your email subjects based on your schedules. Change the exported report name when scheduling.
Include the exported report in the email body itself. Monitor the logs for a schedule.
Deploy our Report Server applications in the Amazon Infrastructure with their AWS Beanstalk offering.
Option to configure auto-scaling of the Azure App Service Plan in ARM template.